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Chapter 9, Lesson 3: Moving by Rail (pp. 182-186)

I. Trains and Other Ways to Travel

II. Railroads Today

    A. Trains move many goods people buy and sell between distant states at a reasonable cost.

    B. Ships, trains, and trucks help trade.

    C. People still use trains for traveling long and short distances.

    D. Today people are inventing new kinds of trains that can travel very fast.

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